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Making Leisure Work

“improving local livelihoods and preserving the natural environment in needing countries by integration of authentic eco-tourism and local development on a commercial basis”


Equated EcoLodgic - abbreviated as EqEL- is an

international enterprise for sustainable development with a global ambition. EqEL initiates and supports reforms and change processes in the field of tourism and sustainable development. Its corporate objective is to improve people’s living conditions on a sustainable basis.

Equated EcoLodgic aims at establishing of (a chain of) sustainable accommodation in developing countries, in which generated revenues are re-invested in the countries of operation. Valuable experience will be turned into services for all active in the same field of operation.

Investments will be in the field of social and socio-economic development, and ecology and nature preservation. Backbone of the operation is using the commercial aspects of tourism to benefit local communities and its natural environment. Tourists will enjoy their well-deserved holidays in the comfortable knowledge of a simultaneous effective support.

In a true sense we Make Leisure Work!


Some of our projects


The small but rapidly growing village of Mto wa Mbu is comfortably situated between the famous Rift Valley, Lake Manyara and Tarangire National Park. Due to its bustling tourism and growing number of habitants and foreign visitors the village is gradually obstructing the crucial wildlife corridor running from Lake Manyara up north. Together with the African Wildlife Foundation (AWF) EqEL intends to be instrumental in a promising new project.

Read more about this exciting opportunity.

Lake Tana is the source of the Blue Nile which floats from there to Sudan. Bahir Dar is its local centre, offering an interesting mix of culture and environmental attractions. Here EqEL is in the process of developing a genuine ecolodge under the EqEL concept.
Equated EcoLodgic is currently participating in an interesting project at the border of the Sine-Saloum Delta in Senegal. Read more.....
Plans are underway to join the Dawn to Dusk initiative to establish a luxurious tented camp at the edge of the Masaai Mara Game Reserve in Kenya. More....
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